ITC starts 1st of three probes into US-China trade relations
Nov 03, 2006 | 04:06 PM
| Rory Carroll
The U.S. International Trade Commission said late Thursday that it has launched the first of three investigations aimed at better understanding the trade relationship between the United States and China.
The House Ways and Means Committee requested the three investigations in early October.
"In requesting the investigations, the committee noted that there has been extensive debate about the causes of the recent growth in U.S.-China trade, particularly exports from China, and the extent to which this growth is driven by market forces or by Chinese domestic policies," the ITC said in a statement.....
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